A little nostalgia anyone?
Some stories from 14 June 2006
It was the day after Haughey died. Is the pin Haughey reincarnated?
Charles J. Haughey, a three-time Irish prime minister who helped pave the way for Ireland's economic boom of the 1990's but whose own lavish accumulation of wealth tarnished his reputation and was partly responsible for driving him into retirement, died yesterday. He was 80.http://www.nytimes.com/2006/06/14/world ... opics&_r=0
Developer offers over €26m for building on Pembroke Streethttp://www.irishtimes.com/business/comm ... -1.1016690
THE lack of new houses in Drogheda was once again in evidence last weekend as determined buyers queued overnight for the launch of Flaxmill Court on the Ballymakenny Road.http://www.independent.ie/regionals/dro ... 99842.html
...The entire development, comprising 31 homes in total, sold out within two hours of going on sale and Darina Collins of selling agents O’Brien Collins Real Estate admits there is a sense of frenzy in the area at the moment because of the lack of new developments coming on stream.